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    Free £5 Account Top Up For Orange Contract Customers

    *MOD EDIT: By invitation only from Orange.

    Text YES to 2109 for a £5 Orange Service Credit

    I also Tried PAYGO on Orange but got a Text back saying to eligible call 150

    Worked on my girlfriends Contract Orange Phone though - see when the bill comes through but did get a Text saying request received.....

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    Im on contract and theyve asked me to call 150 as I may not be eligible!

    Same here - asked to contact 150 to check eligibility! Any idea how you become eligible? Worth a shot though...

    probably a scam and your going to sign up for some message service at £5 per text.... Dodgy if you ask me...

    Sounds a bit dodgy to me - where did you find out about it?

    I'd be very careful about sending a text message to a number that I know nothing about from a contract mobile

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    By Invitation Only, or so it appears.

    www1.orange.co.uk/pre…ft/

    Premier Service £5 credit reward terms and conditions1. This offer is … Premier Service £5 credit reward terms and conditions1. This offer is available to selected Orange Pay Monthly personal customers at the invitation of Orange.2. To accept the offer you need to text YES to the number published in the invitation sent to you by 5pm on 29 October 2010.3. The £5 credit will be added to your account within 24 hrs and you will be notified by text when it has been set up and is ready to use.4. The £5 credit will be put toward any billable event on the mobile bill.5. If you terminate your mobile contract before the credit is fully consumed then any remaining balance will expire.6. Orange reserves the right to amend, vary or cancel these terms and conditions or to withdraw this offer at any time after giving reasonable notice.7. Service is subject to the Standard Terms and Conditions for the Supply of Orange Network Services, a copy of which can also be found at the back of your Orange phone User Guide. Where there is any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and the Terms and Conditions for the Supply of the Orange Network Services, the latter will prevail.



    Moved to misc for info. Thanks for sharing.
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